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Procol Harum on tour

Dates from 1968


We have no authoritative master-source for these dates, so we rely on the fans to search their diaries, photo-albums, ticket collections, poster-stashes, even their memories: and send in further dates and references for any year of this growing Procol tour index.

680127 Boston Gliderdrome (info from a Ten Years After website (thanks, Jim))

680301

On tour with the Bee Gees (setlist here)

680303

On tour with the Bee Gees (souvenirs here)

680306 On tour with the Bee Gees (souvenirs here)

680310

In concert with the Bee Gees at the Festhalle in Berne, Switzerland (Feller Christian)

680425 Boston: 'The Boston Tea-Party'

680517

Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

680518

Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

680519

Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

6809xx Three shows: Kinetic Playground, Chicago with Terry Reid opening (thanks, Pelletier)

680901

Baldwin Pavilion, Oakland University, Detroit, MI: see the poster here

680927

Fillmore East, NYC

680928

Fillmore East, NYC

681025

Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

'I attended one [Grande Ballroom gig]. The original line-up of course, ending with a 10-minute long Repent. One thing that stuck was the absolutely gorgeous, one could only say juicy, sound of BJ Wilson's drumset. Very, very carefully tuned and miked - I've never heard a drumset sound that well live anywhere in over 30 years.' (Karl Moeller)

681026

Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

681027

San Francisco International Pop Festival

(Thanks, Bill, for the full colour scan)

681031

Fillmore West, SF, CA (renamed after moving from the Fillmore Auditorium to the Carousel Ballroom in early summer, 1968)

681101

Fillmore West, SF, CA

681102

Fillmore West, SF, CA

681109

Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, with Love and Chicago 'Transit Authority' (tickets here)

681231

Cocoa Beach

Procol Harum played St Louis, Mo, USA the Kiel Opera House, which was in the same building as the Kiel Auditorium but a much smaller space in either late 1968 or early 1969. The opening act was 'Nazz'. All my friends that were at that show still say that was the best concert they have ever attended. (Jim Krapf)


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